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Augustus, N. A treatise on the music of Hinduoostan.--Jones, W. On the musical modes of the Hindoos.--Ouseley, W. Anecdotes of Indian music.--Paterson, J. On the grámas or musical scales of the Hindus.--Fowke,J. On the vina or Indian lyre.--Gladwin, F. Sungeet.--Blochmann, H. The naqqarahkhanah and the imperial musicians.--Stafford, W. The music of Hindustan or India.--Nathan, J. Music of the Hindus.--On the music of Hindustan.--French, P. Catalogue of Indian musical instruments.--Tod, J. Music.--Campbell, A. Notes on the musical instruments of the Nepalese.--Davy, J. Music of Ceylon.--Crawfurd. Music and dancing.--Birdwood, G. Musical instruments from the "Industrial arts of India."--Bosanquet, R. On the Hindu division of the octave.--Tagore, S. Hindu music form the "Hindoo patriot."--Engel, C. On the musical scales of different nations.--Burnell, A. The Saman chants from "The arsheyabrahmana."--Rice, I. The Hindu theory of music from "What is music."--Hunter, W. The Indian art of music from the "Imperial gazetteer of India."